Block of the Week - Many Sweet Dreams: where learning Visual Pattern starts. A throw quilt (120cm x 150cm or ) is devided into 9 blocks (bite sizes) to be sent to a subscriber one by one in 9 weeks. The 9-week BOW free for all to learn. You will receive part of a pattern in its original size - so you do not need to change or calculate anything. All you need to do is to machine piece onto the pattern. If you don't know what is easy paper piecing, watch the video below. Please note, ePattern is delivered to an email address, you do not need to sign up for two copies: You can print as many copies as you like for yourself and your friends - feel free to do so. It is a gift from Thimblelady. Whether you want extra copies for your friends who don't have internet access or students, this is a free course for all.
If you wish to share with friends or if you are a teacher sharing with your students, you can simply print more copies of the block as you receive it. We do not charge you for duplication of this BOW. We simply appreciate it if you let your friends and students know this is free from Thimblelady.
What you should expect:
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Visual Learning through Visual Pattern is our first step towards the most cost-effective teaching for beginner quilters! With nothing to loose but everything to gain, sign up for the BOW now!
Tutorial video on how to piece the first block:
Posted by Carolyn on 4th Feb 2013
Hope to make a start on this pattern soon - thanks for making it available.
Have your hoop, thimble and book ( all great ) and recently received magic square and stitch regulator and the folding stylus type tool - so plenty to keep me busy when time ;0)
Love all your products and suggest anyone reading my review check out youtube - type in thimblelady - and there you can see Liuxin and her quilting and lots more.
Posted by Sue on 18th Jan 2013
I have used the first 2 designs to make a carry bag for my MacBook and diary etc.
Posted by Robin A on 23rd Nov 2012
Thanks for the pattern blocks. I look forward to making this in the future.
Posted by Chris Ochse on 13th Jul 2012
Hi, I just wanted to say a big thankyou for the free quilt patterns. I am new to quilting and really appreciate your generosity
Posted by Adele AikenersCec bars on 11th Jun 2012
THis is a fun and easy project. It works for a lot of different fabric combinations.
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